What to Do in St. Louis This Weekend
This weekend, close out January with a week of curated menus in one of St. Louis’ hottest dining neighborhoods, a Bavarian-inspired beer festival with its own fluffy mascot, the chance to meet new artistic voices and more.
Clayton Restaurant Week
A diverse lineup of eateries in Clayton design exclusive three-course dinner menus to expand your horizons during the neighborhood’s annual Restaurant Week, including Avenue, BARcelona, The Capital Grille, Crushed Red, Herbie’s, Pastaria, Sardella and more. Reservations are recommended, but not required—you can also simply head to the eatery and order the Restaurant Week pre fixe once you get a table.
When: Jan. 21-27
Price: $25-$35 per person, plus tip, plus tax
17th Annual St. Louis Food & Wine
For its 17th run, St. Louis Food & Wine sets up shop at Downtown‘s Union Station for three days of delectable local favorites, complimentary tastes, and innovative trends. Sample from an assortment of over seven hundred wines and craft beers and discover new flavor combinations at the largest international food and wine show in the Midwest.
When: Jan. 25 at 7 p.m., Jan. 26 at 12 p.m. and Jan. 27 at 11 a.m.
Where: Union Station
SLAM Underground: Revolution
Experience Saint Louis Art Museum’s radically vibrant exhibition “Graphic Revolution: American Prints 1960 to Now” during the first SLAM Underground of 2019 on the final Friday of the month. Dance, sip on the event’s signature cocktail and make your own ’60s-inspired buttons.
When: Jan. 25 at 7 p.m.
Where: Saint Louis Art Museum
Central West End InSidewalk Sale
Post-holiday sales land in the Central West End this Saturday during the inaugural InSidewalk Sale, including deals and discounts from participating businesses like the Candle Fusion Studio, The Cup Cupcakes, East + West boutique, Centro, Left Bank Books and more. Check out each shop’s qualifying items beforehand on the CWE’s website.
When: Jan. 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Price: Goods for purchase
MFA Open Studios
Get to know Washington University’s talented Masters of Fine Arts students in their studios this Saturday. Observe and discuss their works in progress, mingle and enjoy complimentary light refreshments.
When: Jan. 26 from 4-8 p.m.
Where: Lewis Center, 721 Kingsland Ave.
One of the city’s biggest beer festivals returns to Urban Chestnut’s cavernous beer hall in The Grove on Sunday, bringing together more than 40 local breweries to help celebrate UCBC’s eighth birthday. Don’t miss this year’s special guest, Casey Brewing and Blending from Colorado, during your circuit through UCBC’s spacious facility. The VIP experience sold out fast, but a general admission ticket still gets you a commemorative glass and unlimited free samples—and the opportunity to compete in the Wolpertinger costume contest.
When: Jan. 27 from 1-5 p.m.
Where: Urban Chestnut in The Grove